Adding Satin Stitch to your Tuck Edges from Jennie Rayment
Classes with Jennie Rayment • Educational, G, 30-Jul-2021
Twiddling and fiddling are among Jennie’s trademarks. These tucks are no exception. Easy to do with the help of your machine. Jennie talks you through how to get the best out of your device. She also focuses on its stitching and hints at the width and length of the zig-zag. She mentions that having the right foot on the machine is essential. Also, you must run it FAST to get the best out of your device! Think about the thread – variegated would give you some beautiful results.
This has been extracted from a more extended workshop with Jennie on Tucks, which you can enjoy later by clicking here.
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